The Road to Peace

World Wide Infrastructure Development,
critical for survival
LaRouche's Eurasian Land-Bridge development proposal


Building World Peace through World Development,

Just as a country cannot remain at peace,
 half-slave and half-free,
 so the world cannot remain over-developed and under-developed,
 and hope to have and sustain peace.

Sam Aluko, Professor of Economics, Nigeria.


Eurasian Land Bridge proposed by Lyndon LaRouche

The Global Dimensions of the Eurasian Land-Bridge
Editorial - Rolf Witzsche
the economic engine for world-peace and world development
based on the Eurasian Land-Bridge Development Proposal
 by the American Economist and Statesman, Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.

Lyndo H. LaRouche Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.


LaRouche's historic announcement

The Eurasian Land-Bridge
Locomotive to world-development

 Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr.
speech transcript, Feb. 5, 1997

The Eurasian Land-Bridge:
The most important strategic question of today.

By Helga Zepp LaRouche Jr.
speech transcript, Feb. 5, 1997

Later Efforts

The Eurasian Land-Bridge As a Global Strategy Today
Helga Zepp LaRouche - Sept. 5, 1999

Today's Realization

A New Takeoff Toward an Age of Peace and Prosperity


The main critics insist that any development on a global scale is too expensive. Indeed, it has become too expensive to support life these days, that's why the world economy is collapsing, and people are dying because of it. The fact is, the resources to create these far reaching economic infrastructures lie not in money, but in ourselves, in the productive capacity of human labor and human ingenuity. Money is only required as a facilitator to unlock this capacity. For this reason, whatever is required can be created. This consideration turns the table, and makes large scale development projects not only affordable, but totally essential for the economic well being of society and the ultimate enrichment of humanity as a whole. (see: Where Do We Get The Money From To Pay For Great Infrastructure Projects?)


Today's dimension

Conference of the Schiller Institute
Bad Schwalbach, Germany, May 4-6, 2001
focusing on the Eurasian Land-Bridge proposal

Winning the Ecumenical Battle 
for the Common Good


Keynote address

Winning the Ecumenical Battle
For the Common Good

 by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.


PANEL I

A Twenty-Five Year 
Development Perspective for Eurasia:
Russia, China, and India


The Current Financial System Is Finished
Lothar Komp
EIR Nachrichten-Agentur, Wiesbaden, Germany

Russia Faces Necessity To Define Its Mission
Prof. Yuri Gromyko
representing the Moscow Academy of Culture and Educational Development

China's Experience in Building Its Economy
The Experience of Constructing Infrastructure in China and the Third Land Bridge.
Dr. Wen Tiejun
Executive Secretary General of the China Society for Restructuring the Economic System, of Beijing

India and the Eurasian Development Perspective
Prof. Sujit Dutta
Senior Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis in New Delhi, India

Egypt and the Project of the 21st Century
Prof. Dr. Mohammed Al-Sayed Selim
Director of the Center for Asian Studies in the Faculty of Economics and Political Science in Cairo University, Egypt


PANEL II

Peace Through Development in Africa:
The Moral Challenge for Europe


Peace Through Development in Africa:
The Nigerian Perspective

Prof . Sam Aluko
Professor of Economics,
formerly with the Nigerian Economics Ministry

Fight for a World Free of the IMF, World Bank
Leonce Ndarubagiye
representative of the National Committee
for the Defense of Democracy in Burundi

Winning the Peace for an African Renaissance
Jean Gahururu
Foreign Relations spokesman,
Rally for Democracy in Rwanda

Africa Is in a Crisis of Survival
Prof. Abdalla A. Abdalla
former Sudan Minister of Agriculture,
former Sudan Ambassador to the United States


Closing keynote presentation 

A Contribution for
Nicolaus of Cusa's 600th Birthday:
A Dialogue of Cultures

by Helga Zepp LaRouche


Strategic developments

The Eurasian Land-Bridge
As a War-Avoidance Strategy

Helga Zepp-LaRouche 
Addressing the Russian State Duma's Economics Committee,
on June 29, 2001 in Moscow.


Open North-South Silk Road
To Prevent New Korea Crisis

by Kathy Wolfe (Feb. 2002)

The articles and speeches presented on this website, apart from the editorials, were published in the Executive Intelligence Review magazine, and are part of a large collection of works and speeches by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. and other contributors to the EIR magazine. They are grouped together here to illustrate Lyndon LaRouche's authorship of this project and he deep commitment to it, as well as that of his wife, Helga Zepp LaRouche. The speeches are  presented here in a larger type format than in the original. This format was chosen to make them more easily readable with small screen computers and adaptable to projection systems for group meetings.

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